2016 Honda Stateline | Buyer’s Guide

2016 Honda Stateline | Buyer's Guide
2016 Honda Stateline

2016 Honda Stateline | Motorcycle Buyer's Guide

2016 Honda Stateline | Buyer's Guide
2016 Honda Stateline

Refusing to go the predictable retro route with its 1312cc cruiser, the 2016 Honda Stateline has extremely clean lines with little adornment.

Yes, you get chrome in appropriate places, but simplicity is the name of the Stateline’s game. Fat tires give the Stateline sure handling, even with a serious 33 degrees of rake and a wheelbase approaching six feet.

The suspension has four inches of travel at both ends, so normal road imperfections can be absorbed. The 4.4-gallon fuel tank gives the Stateline a predicted range of over 200 miles between fill-ups. ABS is a $1000 option.

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2016 Honda Stateline Specs:

  • Engine: 1312cc liquid-cooled 52° V-twin
  • Bore x stroke: 89.5mm x 104.3mm
  • Compression ratio: 9.2:1
  • Valve train: SOHC; three valves per cylinder
  • Induction: PGM-FI with automatic enrichment, one 38mm throttle body
  • Ignition: Digital with 3-D mapping, two spark plugs per cylinder
  • Transmission: Five-speed
  • Final Drive: Shaft
  • Front suspension: 41mm fork; 4.0 inches travel
  • Rear suspension: Single shock; 3.9 inches travel
  • Front brake: Single 336mm disc with twin-piston caliper
  • Rear brake: 296mm disc with single-piston caliper
  • ABS: Optional
  • Front tire: 140/80-17
  • Rear tire: 170/80-15
  • Wheelbase: 70.3 inches
  • Rake: 33.0°
  • Trial: 4.6 inches
  • Seat height: 26.8 inches
  • Fuel capacity: 4.4 gallons
  • EPA fuel economy estimate: 46 mpg
  • Color: Blue Metallic
  • Curb weight: 672 pounds (standard) / 688 pounds (ABS)

2016 Honda Stateline Color:

  • Blue Metallic

2016 Honda Stateline Price:

  • Price: $9999 (standard); $10,999 (ABS)

 

1 COMMENT

  1. I owned a 2010 Stateline for three years. Nice bike, very reliable, looks & rides good but at the end of the day it’s a generic cruiser that has not had a single update since the launch in 2010. They only change colors every year. This bike has become a dinosaur and I just got bored with it. MSRP has been significantly cut in recent years due to reduced sales. A brand new 2016 was cheaper than my 2010 leftover. Honda needs a real upgrade to their 1300 cruiser line to be competitive or just put it to pasture. Seems like the metric manufacturers are no longer trying to compete with HD and have moved on to small/mid sized displacement sport and adventure bikes. Especially Honda.

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